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5K & 10K

Advanced Marathon Training

In-person workouts return June 12th! Read all about it here!

Fleet Feet's Advanced Marathon Program (AMP) is a supplemental training program paired with MIT, and is open to current members of MIT.

If you are looking to enhance your training, kick up the intensity, and leave nothing to question, Dave's AMP is the way to go!

AMP WITH DAVE

Dave Calvert has qualified for the Boston Marathon ever since he began training for marathons in 2007, including 12 sub-3:00 marathon finishes. Dave has coached our AMP program for the past 9 years, helping MITers achieve high levels of success!

 

Candidates for Dave's AMP Program should already be logging 35-50 miles per week, should be injury-free, and ready to jump into an aggressive program.

Participants will receive a complete advanced training schedule, and a weekly email with schedule details and goals. A heavy emphasis on recovery with stretching, rolling, compression will be followed.

When does training start? 

You can start today! We provide customized training schedules for every marathon. Our groups workouts do follow a set schedule based on our local marathons, Flying Pig in April, and Nationwide Children's Columbus Marathon in October. While we have set mileage for those training for those workouts each Saturday, we have participants training for races all over the country at all times of the year. No matter what distance you are doing, you will never be out on the trails alone! The next race on our schedule is the Emerald City Half Marathon in Dublin's Bridge Park in August!

How far do I need to be able to run before getting started? 

Candidates for Dave's AMP Program should already be logging 35-50 miles per week, should be injury-free, and ready to jump into an aggressive program.

When are the group workouts? 

Workouts are on Saturday mornings, and Wednesday evenings.

What do I need to get started?

  • Nothing except a desire to get moving!

  • Getting properly fit for running shoes will certainly help, but that can always wait until after the first workout.

What do I get?

  • Instant access to training schedule on TrainWithMIT.com​

  • Two structured weekly workouts on Wednesday evenings and Saturday morning. Locations and times vary. Training duration varies depending on the season.

  • Weekly motivational and educational coaching e-mails. 

  • Curated educational content from the most respected medical professionals in the running and walking community.

  • Discounts at Fleet Feet during the training period.

  • Unparalleled motivation and the camaraderie of fellow participants with the same training goal!

  • Race day support and post-party.

  • Race entry is NOT included. You will need to register separately for the race.

  • Weekly social challenges earning you social badges to keep you engaged.

  • Milestone challenges earning you social badges to keep you accountable.

  • Fleet Feet Discount – 10% off everything, plus 10% back in rewards through the Fleet Feet App.